Saturn in 12th house in Astrology gives malefic results, and even though malefic planets do well in ‘Dusthana houses’, aka ‘The evil houses’, Saturn is not so good in this house, as it brings lots of depression onto the native, with mental stress, loss of property and family wealth. This native with Saturn in 12th house in Vedic Astrology also acquires a lot of hidden enemies who might be their own family.
The 12th House in Astrology is called House of mystery, your hidden talent, your hidden magic, foreign country settlement, losses but, not necessarily loss of money, it could be loss of enemies or health, as in, you’ll lose enemies, which stands for: you may not have many enemies, or you may not have too many diseases in your possession. If you look at this house carefully, 12th house which is known as the house of losses or expenditure, can also work in your advantage as well.
We’ll talk about this later. But, 12th house is a major player in the careers of fictional writers, as the 12th house takes you into a different dreamland, and dimension which is required for a fantasy writer.
The twelfth house in Vedic Astrology represents the final stage of life and the inevitable death that concludes it. Any kind of loss or expenditure is signified by the 12th. Positive applications include investments, donations, and getting rid of unwanted things. Negative applications are death, losses, unexpected expenses, theft. The 12th house represents the last portion of the legs, the feet. The 12th house corresponds to Pisces. Jupiter adds a spiritual value to the 12th, and the loss of bondage to the relative aspect of life is indicated: enlightenment or in Sanskrit "Moksha".
Saturn in Astrology is our limitation in life. It sets boundaries to what we can and cannot achieve. It's the wake-up call, as Saturn shows you the truth and reality of life. Most of us are walking around daydreaming, and have an illusion of our elicit future. But during Saturn's Dasha, and Saturn’s transit, we are awakened by the harsh reality that exists around us. We are forced to be more practical and disciplined about our goals rather than searching for them on an esoteric level.
Saturn in Vedic Astrology represents grief, although this rather harsh description must be understood in more depth, for Saturn is a very important and sometimes deeply spiritual influence in the horoscope. Saturn symbolizes everything that is deep, profound, thorough, long-lasting, and serious in life. It is associated with all the aspects of life that teach one how to be more thoughtful and practical, as well as deep and profound. The condition of Saturn in the birth chart will indicate whether these values are put to good use by adding depth and a sense of meaning to life, or whether one refuses to "get serious" and therefore experiences the "grief' of being forced to comply with Saturn's demands.
Note : The degree of auspiciousness and inauspiciousness will depend upon the complete analysis of the horoscope (Birth-Chart).